Family Reading


Amelia Bedelia "I Can Read Books"
by Peggy Parish. From dressing the chicken to dusting the furniture, Amelia Bedelia does exactly what Mr. and Mrs. Rogers tell her.... But somehow things never turn out quite right. Paperback.

$4.00


Amelia Bedella-- Good Driving "I Can Read Books"
by Peggy Parish. When Mr. Rogers goes for a drive with Amelia Bedelia, he's in for the ride of his life. Only Amelia Bedelia can make a car trip this much fun. Paperback.

$4.00


Amelia Bedelia -- Play Ball "I Can Read Books"
by Peggy Parish. The lovable, hilarious Amelia Bedelia steps up to the plate, filling in for a sick player on the Grizzlies baseball team. Nobody plays ball like Amelia Bedelia. Paperback.

$4.00


Amelia Bedelia - Thank You "I Can Read Books"
by Peggy Parish. Illustrated by Barbara Thomas. Amelia Bedelia wants to make everything perfect for Great-Aunt Myra's visit. From removing the spots from Mrs. Rogers's best dress to stringing up the string beans, nobody gets as mixed up as Amelia Bedelia. Paperback.

$4.00


An American Army of Two
by Janet Greeson and illustrated by Patricia Rose Mulvihill. A story of two American girls, Abigail and Rebecca, who become an Army of two to save American vessels from being burned during the War of 1812. Based on a true story.

$7.00


Beginning With John's Gospel
by Susan Harding. Written for the younger reader, the author uses John's Gospel to explain who Jesus was and why He came into the world

$6.00


Black Beauty
by Anna Sewell. Adapted by Cathy East and illustrated by Christina Wald. This classic story is perfect for children who are reading on their own and who have mastered basic reading skills. One of the best-loved horse stories of all time. Paperback.

$4.00


Fine Print: A story about Johann Gutenberg
by Joann Johannsen Burch. This well written children's book depicts the middle ages and the man who invented movable type and the printing press which gave the world easy access to books. (ages 8-11)

$9.00


How to Hide a Butterfly and Other Insects
by Ruth Heller. Children delight in carefully searching for the camouflaged creatures. (ages 4-7)

$4.00


If Jesus Came to My House
by Joan Thomas. This delightful book has sold 19 editions since published in 1951. A boy welcomes Jesus to his house by "doing all I would for Him for other folks instead." Newly illustrated in 2008 by Lori McElrath-Eslick. Hardback (K-2)

Orig.: $16.99
Sale: $16.00


Just a Few Words Mr. Lincoln
The sub-title reads "The story of the Gettysburg Address." Here is a true story for children about a great man and his famous speech. New. Paperback.

$4.00


Lessons from Nature
A collection of poems for boys and girls written by the author of Pilgrim's Progress.
Bunyan's purpose was to teach moral and spiritual lessons to children drawn from the realm of nature. By John Bunyan.

$20.00


The Life of Jesus
by Isobel Tallach. Simply told and wonderfully illustrated for young readers ages 5-6.

$3.00


The Matchlock Gun
by Walter Edmonds. This 1942 Newberry winner is a character-building true story of a young boy overcoming obstacles to courageously protect his mother and sister from an Indian attack. (ages 8-11)

$7.00


MOODY'S CHILD STORIES
Originally used as sermon anecdotes, these stories delivered by evangelist D.L. Moody present a wonderful collection of Christian morals for the entire family.

Orig.: $20.00
Sale: $10.00


Raising Children God's Way
by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. Five sermons taken from a series of sermons preached in Westminster Chapel, London (1954-1962), on Paul's letter to the Ephesians chapter 6:1-4. Topics discussed include Submissive Children; Unbelieving Parents; Discipline and the Modern Mind; Balanced Discipline; and Godly Upbringing. Lloyd Jones believed that "practical matters (like raising children) cannot be rightly understood apart from the profound truths of the Christian faith.... To attempt to deal with Christian practice in isolation from Christian doctrine is to tread a dangerous path." Paperback.

$11.00


Red, White, and Blue: The Story of the American Flag
by John Herman. The development of the flag from colonial days to its planting on the moon. (ages 6-10)

$4.00


The Ugly Duckling
Easy reader retold by Harriet Ziefert. This time honored story shows the foolishness of envy (ages 4-7)

$4.00


Uncle Tom's Cabin
by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Published in 1852, Uncle Tom's Cabin brought the abolitionist's message to the White House and beyond. The book is said to accurately portray the experience of slaves in 19th century America. An American classic. 200th Anniversary Edition. Paperback.

$6.00


Wagon Train
by Sydelle Kramer and illustrated by Deborah Ray. What was it like to go West in a covered wagon? Hop aboard the wagon train and find out what life was like for American pioneers. A Penguin Young Readers book. Level 3 Transitional Reader. Paperback.

$4.00


Wait Till You See the Butterfly
by Doreen Tamminga and published by Banner of Truth. The book is a collection of short stories for boys and girls. "These stories were written to point children to Christ as the only Savior from sin and to encourage them in Christian living." Stories are arranged in three categories: 1)Youngest Readers (ages 4-6); 2)Intermediate Readers (ages 7-9) and 3)Oldest Readers (ages 10-12). Paperback.

$17.00


A Lesson in Fairness
A one act play the entire family can perform. Excellent for Thanksgiving Day. The Pilgrims learned a valuable lesson that led from starvation to the celebration of the first Thanksgiving in the New World.

$3.00